Zero has just unveiled its new lineup for the 2021 model year, showing off updates across its entire model range.
Zero Motorcycles, the California-based North American leader in electric motorcycles, has long offered a diverse array of bikes covering both street and off-road riding.
The company’s 2021 lineup is headlined by Zero’s newest two electric motorcycles, the Zero SR/S and Zero SR/F.
Both bikes were unveiled on a new platform and offer the company’s highest performance figures to date. They carry 82 kW motors and can reach speeds of up to 124 mph (200 km/h). They run on Zero’s Cypher III operating system, and now all of Zero’s models feature either the Cypher II or Cypher III operating system.
The Zero SR/S was released earlier this year and is the company’s first fully-faired sport bike. The aerodynamic advantages offer a range of up to 13% higher compared to the naked SR/F.
In addition to the “reintroduced” Zero SR/S, the company has also updated its street and dual-sport lineups.
2021 Zero street bikes
The 2021 Zero street bikes include the FXS, S, SR, SR/F, and SR/S.
We have reviewed the FXS in the past and found it to be an incredible urban electric motorcycle. It starts at just $9,295 for the modular 3.6 kWh battery model or $11,295 for the 7.2 kWh model. While those prices may appear high for some, that’s a bargain in the world of highway-capable electric motorcycles.
The Zero S